Ms. Rainforth represents employers in business matters across a broad range of labor and employment law matters in both state and federal courts.
Having exclusively defended management and corporations since graduating law school, she is knowledgeable in many areas of employment litigation, including wrongful termination, employment discrimination, harassment, Title VII and the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, employee privacy issues and contract disputes.
Ms. Rainforth's practice also consists of developing and drafting workplace practices, procedures and programs.
During law school, she served as a law clerk for the US Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington, DC.
There, Ms. Rainforth worked on campaign finance issues and other legislation, including bills concerning immigration, international treaties, religious freedom, labor law and copyright.
Her law review article, "Campaign Finance & Randall v. Sorrell: How Much is Too Much and Who Decides? The Court's Splintering Devotion to Its Own Problematic Framework", was published in 2007.